The PATH Foundation has announced 17 local organizations as the recipients of its latest round of program and planning grants worth $757,586.09.
Program and planning grants fund new or existing projects that are in line with the PATH Foundation’s four priority areas: access to health, childhood wellness, senior services and mental health.
President and CEO of the PATH Foundation, Christy Connolly said, “Each year, program and planning grant recipients create inspiring projects. We’re looking forward to seeing this year’s recipients enact their programs, and we know that they will continue to strengthen our area’s health and vitality.”
In addition to falling within one of the PATH Foundation’s four priority areas, program and planning grants also create new opportunities to collaborate across the community.
This year’s grants include support for Fauquier Education Farm’s demonstration gardens, Fauquier FISH’s Weekend Power Pack and Power of Produce programs, funding for Piedmont Dispute Resolution Center’s early intervention program and the Boys and Girls Club of Fauquier’s Emotional Resiliency program, and many more.